We all have different personality types. A good leader recognizes that—and doesn’t take a one-size-fits-all approach to management. “It’s critical that a manager adjust his or her style based on each individual employee,” says Todd Davis, Salt Lake City–based chief people officer for FranklinCovey and author of Get Better: 15 Proven Practices to Build Effective Relationships at Work. Your employees will be happier and more productive as a result.
Quitting a job usually is not a fun experience for most people. It can often be pretty nerve-wracking. How will your boss react? Will they still give you a good recommendation for your next job? will everyone on your team resent you? A lot of pretty serious questions can come into your mind when you’re …
When an employee is struggling to produce results, managers often aren’t sure whether they should invest time in coaching the person and trying to build
People succeed or fail in the workplace based not just on core job skills but on softer skills too – how well they get along with others, how well they
Sooner or later in your career, you’re going to have a difficult team member – a person whose skills are great but who no one wants to work with because
“My manager and coworker work out together, attend sporting events, dine together, and go on spa vacations together.”